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-related would not be open to amendment on national security-related iron use. senator reid did what they call filling the -- amendment tree making it impossible for republicans who want to offer defense-related amendments to offer those amendments. it is inside baseball. they wanted a debate about things they thought would be good for them going into the midterm elections and debate on the substance of the biggest national security bill we deal with every year. >> greta: don't ask, don't tell, are you for it or against it? >> i'm -- i think we ought to let the military conduct the study. that's what was supposed to the military was going to consult with commanders, troops in the field and get their assessment before they moved forward. i think that's important this is a very significant change. obviously, it affects morale, cohesiveness. all the service chiefs today have weighed in against this process they are trying to use in the senate now. in favor of allowing the study to be completed before they move forward with any decision about that. >> greta: not a question whether it is good or ba
the american people are behind us on these issues and one of the attorney generals said we are doing what congress should have done. >> one comment. this is going to the u.s. supreme court probably going to be a 5-4 decision. they will say the commerce clause applies. five are going our way. i'm going to predict that right now this is the greatest intrusion by the federal government in the commerce laws ever in history that's why they are bailing out like attorney general strickland said and trying to go on the tax issue. we went on that too, there's nothing in the law that allows them to do this. nothing in the constitution that allows the kind of tax they are proposing. they are weak on this, we are going to win. >> greta: alabama, what is your reaction? >> folks in alabama are like folks across the country. they feel disinfranchised, they feel like their rights were trampled. they weren't buying votes with their own money they were using our known buy votes for things we don't want. whether it was ben nelson's deal the deal over in louisiana, in alabama, i think we long for the good ol
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